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Letter to the editor: Trump anointed by God

| Friday, June 8, 2018, 8:12 p.m.

Trump anointed by God

In response to Robert Jedrzejewski's letter “Why does Trump's base remain loyal?” (May 21, TribLIVE): You were a trusted and respected friend of my late father, Stanley, a staunch Democrat like yourself. And I know of your vast religious knowledge.

So how is it that you have been blinded and fail to acknowledge that our president was anointed and appointed by God?

I keep hearing words like blessings, prayers, God and faith — words not spoken from the White House in decades. Every religious television station is 100 percent for President Trump. As our nation moves back to biblical teachings, a lot of people are upset.

Why? My father would be devastated at what you and the “anything goes” Democratic Party has morphed into.

It is refreshing to know that the White House will not be sacrilegiously lit up in the rainbow colors of what our God calls “abominations.”

With Christianity, there is no dabbling. You cannot pick and choose. You're all in or all out.

So it has come down to the “prayers” versus the “players,” and not just the sports figures who think that taking a knee, something reserved for marriage proposals and adoring God, fits their protests.

Perhaps this letter is part of why God recruited me. God bless our nation and our president.

Dennis Czarnowski


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